Tuesday
Jul142015

Food Service Intern -- Camp Stevens, Julian, CA (Dioceses of Los Angeles & San Diego)

Camp Stevens seeks a Food Service Intern. This is a unique opportunity for an organized, self-motivated team player who enjoys working with people to learn and grow in a professional, community-based and environmentally-conscious camp kitchen.

Responsibilities include assisting the chef and assistant chef in the day-to-day operation of the camp kitchen, including: Preparing meals from scratch using mostly organic ingredients and produce from the camp gardens (when in season), preparing meals for groups of 20-150 persons, and working to help make the camp’s farm-to-table cuisine better every day.

The position begins August 17, 2015. Some experience working in a commercial kitchen is desired. An interest in sustainable and healthy food is desired and the ability to obtain a food handler’s card. Benefits include health insurance, vacation and salary. Meals and onsite housing are provided and required.

Camp Stevens is owned and operated by the Episcopal Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego and located 50 miles east of San Diego.

Email a cover letter and resume with references to John Horton, Administration Director.

Friday
Jul102015

Maintenance Intern -- Gravatt, Aiken, SC (Diocese of Upper South Carolina)

Established in 1949, Gravatt Camp and Conference Center is a retreat center and summer camp nestled on over 270 pine-covered acres outside of Aiken, South Carolina. Gravatt offers an outdoor Christian youth camp, environmental education, and challenge course. Gravatt hosts conferences, meetings, training, and retreats, serving churches, schools, not-for-profit organizations, and other groups whose purposes include human-development, character-development, education, or training.

Gravatt internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment, providing the opportunity to decide if this type of work is a possible career path. Interns at Gravatt also acquire important supplementary skills during their service period and make contact with potential future employers within and outside of camp and conference ministry. The Gravatt internship is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates, and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path. At the start of the service period, each intern sets personal goals with their supervisor in order to make the experience as mutually beneficial as possible.

Maintenance Intern

The maintenance intern will assist with maintenance and repair of buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities consistent with Gravatt’s mission and established policies and procedures. Primary duties include:

 

  • Assisting with regular maintenance and upkeep of buildings and grounds, including but not limited to routine duties such as lawn care, minor repairs, painting, trash removal, recycling, etc. 
  • Completing special projects 
  • Setting up for conference groups 
  • Serving as a conference group host (rotating schedule) 

 

Other related duties may be assigned based on Gravatt’s needs and the interests of the intern.

Applicant must be a quick learner, motivated, organized, polite, trustworthy, flexible, attentive to detail, and interested in working in a faith-based environment. Applicant must enjoy working outdoors and be able to lift 50 pounds. High school diploma is required.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Scott McNeely at camp@campgravatt.org.

Service Period: September 1st, 2015 – May 30th, 2016 
Work Schedule: Average 40 hours per week; some evening and weekend work required 
Remuneration: $450 stipend + room and board

Friday
Jul102015

Marketing/Development Intern -- Gravatt, Aiken, SC (Dioceses of Upper South Carolina)

Established in 1949, Gravatt Camp and Conference Center is a retreat center and summer camp nestled on over 270 pine-covered acres outside of Aiken, South Carolina. Gravatt offers an outdoor Christian youth camp, environmental education, and challenge course. Gravatt hosts conferences, meetings, training, and retreats, serving churches, schools, not-for-profit organizations, and other groups whose purposes include human-development, character-development, education, or training.

Gravatt internships are designed to introduce young adults to a nonprofit camp and conference center work environment, providing the opportunity to decide if this type of work is a possible career path. Interns at Gravatt also acquire important supplementary skills during their service period and make contact with potential future employers within and outside of camp and conference ministry. The Gravatt internship is a perfect opportunity for high school graduates, new college graduates, and college students taking a year off to determine their vocational path. At the start of the service period, each intern sets personal goals with their supervisor in order to make the experience as mutually beneficial as possible.

Marketing and Development Intern

The marketing and development intern will assist in the day to day operations of the Gravatt marketing and development department. Primary duties may include:

  • Maintaining the website
  • Designing marketing materials
  • Producing monthly e-newsletter
  • Writing articles, press releases, and grants
  • Representing Gravatt at civic and industry events
  • Assisting with Gravatt’s annual fundraiser, Under the Tent
  • Serving as a conference group host (rotating schedule) 

Other related duties may be assigned based on Gravatt’s needs and the interests of the intern.  

Applicant must be motivated, organized, polite, trustworthy, flexible, able to complete tasks in a timely manner with little supervision, and interested in working in a faith-based environment. Applicant must enjoy an office setting. Written and oral communication skills are necessary. Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite is required. High school diploma is required.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Meredith Cook at development@campgravatt.org.

Service Period: September 1st, 2015 – May 30th, 2016
Work Schedule: Average 40 hours per week; some evening and weekend work required
Remuneration: $450 stipend + room and board